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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . . NOROHEIMER PIANOS DISON PHONOGRAPHS A88INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Mutlcal" S1B 6th Street South Phone 154S LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS They are all Herfe DUCKS, CHICKENS, VEAL, LAMB, BEEF, PORK, ' MUTTON. Direct From the Farm to Your Table. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Women Who Know Say That Penslar Vanishing Cream U tho Ideal choice bocauso It is soothing, fragrant and a splendid cleanser. It leaves the skin smooth and satiny, and protects It from sun and dust. If you want a disappearing cream that will please you In every particular Penslar Vanishing Cream will afford you a superior preparation. Sold In two sizes, 25 cents and 50 cent3. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL phone 1437 Keeping Down thtfe Prices is what Makes Our Business GROW WE EXPECT a large CROWDjOF people will visit our STORE'DURINQ.8TAMPEDE week, and WE are making all PREPARATIONS TOiHANDLE THEM all, AND GIVE the best SERVICE, quality and PRICE possible.- WATCH OUR B USINESS GROW. for this coming WEEK WE expect laroeshipments of raspberries and cherries to arrive WHICH are now at THEIR BEST. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada pood board license number s-599 Phone 525 E DIPHTHERIA There being a few cases of diphtheria In the city, I would strongly advise that anyone suffering from a sore throat should immediately consult a doctor, la the early stages of diphtheria the action of antitoxin is beneficial, later it Is more uncertain. Don't delay. L,. GEO. DeVEBER, M.H.O. Your Choice CHICKENS, ^ LAMB, VEAL, BEEF, PORK, MUTTON. all the very best and fresh killed. R. Coultry Ptione 492 The Alberta Meat Market EXPECT COUR RULING TO STAND Calgary, July 20.-It li stated In the local court corridors that the Alberta supreme court ruling in. the Norman Earl Lewis habeas corpus case will stand. The matter will be threshed out In chambers Monday and it is expected that a decision will be given by Chief Justice Harvey. NEWSPAPERMAN DEAD Minneapolis, July, 20.-C. M. Hamb-lin, veteran newspaper man several years managing editor of the Minneapolis Tribune, died here today. He was 59 years old. Hamblin retired /romra(!ttV6"Tvorlr fonr years ago, after suffering a break down. He was born in London. Death of Mrs. Simpson The death occurred suddenly on Thursday at Warner of Mrs. 'Annie Simpson, wife of Postmaster Simpson, of 'Warner, at tho age of 40 years. The remains were shipped from Lethbridge by Mackay and Macka? to Belleville, Ont.. for Interment. A� short service was held at the residence at Warner. Mrs. Simpson had resided ia Warner only' since last fall ,ber marriage to Mr. Simpson having taken place then. Metal Work To Order Cornices In tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters' skylights, �roofs, ceilings, -walla, floors. We'll build you anythinp; in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated Iron warehouse. Ask for our estimate on that ' next job. Our work stands the test of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REARSTAFPORO 8�.0CK_ LETHBWIDCt. ALBERTA MARKETS Close '.U S1--S 43;-. winnipeg markets. Oats-- Open July ....................n% October ................ Flax-July ...................-1,^8 October ............... CASH PRICES. Oats- ' .\o. 2 C.W...91W, ^'o. 3 C.W...SS fixtra No. 1 Feed ..............SS No. 1 Feed, 85 No. 2 Feed, S2 Barley-No. 3 C.W.....................135 Rejected and Feed ............12G Flax-No. 1 N.C.W...................435U No. 2 C.W.....................432 calgary livestock. Calgary. July 20.-Business reraaiu-ed fairly brisk today with medium receipts. Hogs remained at the price sold yesterday, $1S.65 an the situation in Calgary remains with little change from Friday. Tlia. run of beet cattle is small, stockers being chiefly in evidence. Prices are expqcted to hold steady tor a whiliTDWlng to general scarcity of the right stuff. ANNOUNCEMENT Picnic Specialties Paper Plates 10c a dozen Sanitary Cups 10c a package Napkbs 15c a package Picnicus Sets $1.00 each THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD."^ Suecestora to Jackson & Co. Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock Building To all Fathers, Mothers am'. Wives of the Boys at the Front fighting for our freedom and liberty, are given a hearty invitation to the Truth Seekers Bible Class of the United church, North Lethbridge. .A.lso to all visitors in the city to spend an hour at 3.15 p. m. to 4.15 p.m. Topic is prayer, its place and importance in the Christian life. You will cheer us by your presence. Come and bring a friend. Help i us to build the Brotherhood and Sisterhood of the human race. Prepare tho way for the boys when they come out of this world's turmoil. See A. J. Ingram. CITY AND DISTRICT Sec. Lumber Co. W. F. Senn, secretary of Citizens Lumber Co. Is In tho city "from Min-neaiK)lis. For Red Cross The Hon. Treas. of tho Rod Cross Society acknowledges with thanks: I Donatior. from four sho3p shoarova r>n j the Tom Tennant Ranch. Milk River, , per Mrs. R. B. Smith. Hon. Sec. Milk ; River Red Cross Society, $21. Union Church Service Rev. H. I. Stevens Is duo to preach I at the United Church tomorrow morn-; in-g at 11 o'clock, at the Christian I church at o'clock, and at Wesley at ; 7.30 o'clock, when a union service will ; be held of all the evangelical chur-; ches. IN MEMORIAM Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, lethbridge In loving memory of our deal brother, Thomas Waddell McGowan who was accidentally drowned on July 21st, 1917, aged 23 years. The cup was bitter, the loss severe, To part with him we loved so dear, The trial was hard we'U not,complain, But hope in Christ to meet again. He left his home in perfect health And little thought that death was nigh, But God thought fit to call him hence, And with his wftl we mu?t comply. Inserted by his sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knight. 186-1 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear son, Thomas Waddell McGowan, who was accidentally drowned 21st July, 1917. We cannot call a day our own, ^or know the solemn hour 'When death may cut the strongest down Or blight tho fairest flower. A light is from our household gone, The voice wo loved Is still; A place is vacant at our hearth. The world can never fill. -Inserted by his father and mo. ther, brothers and sisters. 168-1 SONG BIRDS For years; pricfr'to the war, it � had been an aiifiual custom to feature Canaries. ^The war put an end ^to thorimportation of these household^ pets 'and as a consetiuence they have become more or less .scarce. A well known breeder ot birds has placed aboUl fifty of his choicest JIalcs Md Females on sale at our store during Stampede week. "Your personal Inspection ia invited. I D. Higiobolham & Co . Limited � "Alb�rtft'� Plantar briiggltM* Wh�l�Mle and Rttall Chamlst* Phones 1619 and 322 Exemption Catea The Calgary exemption tribunal lias rendered the following decisions: Allowed till Nov. 1: E. Barrus, Spring 1 Coulee; M. C. Storruste. Lucky Strike; |H. K. Olsen, LUcky-Strike; J. V. Con-1 way. Lucky Strike; A. R. Judson, Tao-i er; J. J. Bradley, Lucky Strlko; A. R. |-| Yfeager, Pendant O'OrloUe.r Live Stock Officials W. F. Stevens, livestock commissioner, will be in the city attending the fair next week and would he pleased to meet all stockmen who.aro having trouble securing hay and range at the Board of Tra/le building on the 24th and 25th between 10 and 12 In the forenoon' to discuss the situation. Death Enchant Young Man The death occurred at Enchant on Thursday of John Dlamouth, aged 25. The remains were shipped to Mackjiy and Mackay's undertaking parlors, Lethbridge, from where the fuheral took place this morning at ten o'clock to St. Patrick's church, Interment In St. Patrick's cemetery. Picked Up at Great Fails Purrell Richards, who escaped from the city police cells hero about a month ago, has been picked up by the police of Great Falls, according to word received today by the local police. Richards was being held here on a charge of sedition when he pried one of the bars olf the window of his cell about two o'clock in tho morning and made his getaway. He will be brought back to Canada, though it has not been learned as yet whether he win fight extrsiditlon. Lawn Hose Lawn Sprinklers Lawn Mowers Lawn Rakes Wheel Barrows Everything fbr the Lawn and Garden. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company /I VACATION TIME ( Spend your Idle^itSurB in touch with nature, In^mountaln, valley, , on hill and by stre&in. ' " '." �', BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SdRT portray th� best In lif�, enveloped nildsl the choicest spots of earth. The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE pi^ONE 613 Serious Charge Spires Stavros, a local Greek, was picked up by the local police yesterday, and a charge lodged against hlin of contributing to the delinquency of an eight year old girl, Mary i\\ra- "Office Stationery and Equipment Typewriters, Adding Machines, Office Furniture, Loose Leaf Systems, Synoptic Cash Books, Stock Certifloatea and Seal*. we supply everything you may need * EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS SINNOTT BLOCK COR. 4TH AVE. & STh'sT. 8. strong. Stavros, \yho has been in the city for two months, coming liore from Drumheller, was arrested on a wire from the chief of police. Saskatoon, stating that Stavros had abducted tho child from the children's sheltec, there. Stavroa is being held on ?500 bail ponding further word from Saskatoon. None of the det^Ua of the al: loged abduction are known. '/ I 'ih THIS IS NOT A CIRCUS STUNT, but it Is a roal.lnoidont on tho Canadian front In Flanders. Our enirlneen are dismantling a bridge which has been put out of buslnoss. Note the>